Who's really dating on the set of 'Glee'?
November 16th, 2010
04:41 PM ET

Who's really dating on the set of 'Glee'?

They play each other's teenage dream on "Glee," and now Lea Michele and Cory Monteith are talking about their own school-days crushes – as well as their intimate on-screen scenes – in the December issue of Teen Vogue.

Monteith, 28, tells the magazine his first love was a junior-high sweetheart. "We couldn't hang out at her parents' house, so we hung out in this big field, underneath a willow tree," says the Canadian actor, who plays football star Finn. "That's where we were the first time we made out. It was beautiful, tall grass and all that, but it was on the side of a highway, so people were honking their horns at us."

Read more from Teen Vogue's interview with Cory Monteith and Lea Michele

Bronx-born, New Jersey-raised Michele, 24 – who portrays McKinley High overachiever Rachel - reveals that she's still pals with her high school sweetheart and that she's equally chummy with Monteith.

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'Conan' blimp finds its way to 'Tonight Show' studio
November 16th, 2010
04:06 PM ET

'Conan' blimp finds its way to 'Tonight Show' studio

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's… Conan O'Brien?!

Staffers at NBC Universal in Burbank, California, were likely scratching their heads at the sight of a giant orange blimp hovering over the area yesterday afternoon.

It turns out the citrus-colored aircraft belonged to O'Brien, who used the blimp to promote his new TBS talk show, "Conan" – and perhaps annoy rival Jay Leno. Sources tell Deadline.com the red-haired host's blimp could definitely be seen from the studio where Leno tapes the "Tonight Show."

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'South Park' sued over viral video
November 16th, 2010
03:42 PM ET

'South Park' sued over viral video

Just a few weeks after apologizing for lifting lines from a parody of "Inception," the producers of "South Park," along with Comedy Central and parent company Viacom, have been sued for allegedly infringing on the copyright of the YouTube viral video "What What (in the Butt)," according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In a 2008 episode of the series, Butters appeared in a music video that, according to the lawsuit filed by Brownmark Films, is a "nearly frame-by-frame recreation" of the original video, which became a viral sensation in 2007 and since then has had over 33,000,000 page views.

Comedy Central released a statement describing the "South Park" segment as a parody and saying that it's "fully protected against any copyright infringement claims under the fair-use doctrine and the First Amendment and we plan to vigorously defend those rights."

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Kids for Carrie Underwood? No time soon
November 16th, 2010
03:15 PM ET

Kids for Carrie Underwood? No time soon

Carrie Underwood may sing about raising a child in her latest hit, "Mama's Song," but that doesn't mean she's ready for parenthood. Although Underwood married hockey player Mike Fisher in July, the couple isn't jumping on the baby wagon just yet.

"I didn’t grow up around kids, and I hope those motherly instincts are in me," Underwood says in InStyle's December issue. "I'm sure they are, but I don't know what to talk about with a 4-year-old!”

Fisher doesn't seem to be feeling a biological pull, either. Underwood says that he recently sent her a funny text saying, "Watching my friend's kids... Let's wait awhile."

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Mayim Bialik's now a 'BBT' regular
November 16th, 2010
01:27 PM ET

Mayim Bialik's now a 'BBT' regular

"Blossom" star Mayim Bialik's role on "The Big Bang Theory" is, er, blossoming – the actress is going to become a series regular on the hit CBS show.

Bialik, who plays nerdy Amy Farrah Fowler, first appeared on "The Big Bang Theory" last season as a love interest for Emmy winner Jim Parsons' character Sheldon. This season, she returned for more guest stints, and, according to Deadline.com, she has since been promoted to series regular.

Though Amy may not be seen on the show every week, Bialik tells E! Online she'd prefer to appear in each episode.

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'Showbiz Tonight' Flashpoint: Is Kate Middleton the new Princess Diana?
November 16th, 2010
01:27 PM ET

'Showbiz Tonight' Flashpoint: Is Kate Middleton the new Princess Diana?

The world is buzzing today over the biggest royal wedding since Princess Diana and Prince Charles! Now that Charles and Diana’s son Prince William and Kate Middleton are engaged, just how far do the similarities between their upcoming wedding and Charles and Diana’s go?

I think Kate is Kate, and from what I’ve heard and read, she is vastly different from Diana in terms of upbringing and personality. Kate will bring her own unique style and grace to the royal family, but you cannot deny the comparisons that everyone seems to be making today!

The Hollywood Reporter is already calling the wedding the biggest television event of 2011! And there is no doubt it will be the biggest fashion show in recent times. I mean, after all, who will design Kate’s wedding dress?!

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